Nampa, ID, February 14th, 2018: Soda Stop opens it’s second location in Nampa, a newly constructed stand alone building on the corner of Idaho Center Drive and Birch Lane. This soft open date will have the same menu offering as the existing Meridian location, with the promise of new menu items to come. Breakfast offering, a “lighter side” menu, and the introduction of new soup recipes are among the expected feature items.
The building, completed by Dave Evans Construction, is nearly 2500 square feet and is double the size of the Overland Rd location. Interior finishes include table tops constructed from regionally reclaimed lumber – larch wood that was logged in the 1920’s and sank to the bottom of NW Montana’s Flathead Lake, only to be harvested by divers in 2014. A story wall with information about this project and the area logging is coming soon on one wall, complete with an end cut piece of an original log. Framed photographs adorn the walls, which were taken by local photographer Allison Dowland, and are actual pictures of ingredients and menu items offered by Soda Stop. Just inside the front door is some BSU Broncos memorabilia, a nod to the partnership that began this year between Soda Stop and Boise State. The Concrete Cure of Boise stained and finished the floors, complete with a Soda Stop logo just inside the front door.